A Good Shepherd
By Ernest Emenyomu
A Good Shepherd is not simply the chronicle of an outstanding NIgerian Bishop, it is the history of a man with enormous vision, a great religious leader, an activist Bishop whose podium includes the Court of Human Rights.
Archbishop Benjamin Nwankiti is sometimes referred to as the Desmond Tutu of Nigeria, an ecumenical Bishop who preached and practiced religious tolerance; a man who wovw the theological canons of his faith with the cultural and social realities of the universe.
A Good Shepherd is a life story of a man at peace with himself his God and his world. It is a must read for anyone who wishes the same.
About the author: Professor Emenyonu is one of the leading voices on African Literature. Widely published, he is Professor and Chair , Dept of Africana Studies, University of Michigan-Flint. A specialist in African Literature. Professor Emenyonu is the editor of African Literature Today.